“No major supply chain issues,” major supermarkets insist


 

Supermarkets said they were confident their supply chains were robust enough to ensure customer requirements were fulfilled in the run-up to Christmas.

Reporting its interim results for the 28 weeks ending 18 September 2021, Sainsbury's chief executive Simon Roberts acknowledged the industry faced labour and supply chain challenges.

However, he added: "Our scale, advanced cost saving programme, logistics operations and strong supplier relationships put us in a good position as we head into Christmas." The supermarket announced pre-tax profits of [...][1]



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